Canadian HR Reporter Weekly

January 10, 2018

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Credit: arindambanerjee (Shutterstock) January 10, 2018 page 4 What's ahead for HR in 2018? Harassment, marijuana, labour churn at forefront By Marcel Vander Wier SEXUAL harassment in the workplace and the impending legalization of marijuana could be two of the most significant trends facing human resources professionals in Canada this year — but not the only ones, according to experts, citing additional concerns such as labour churn, changing workplace expectations and cybersecurity. Legal risks The explosive sexual harassment fallout triggered in October with the fall of Hollywood mogul Harvey Weinstein has continued unabated into the new year, while the federal legalization of marijuana is slated to occur this summer...

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